Pennine Stone worked with unit 17 of the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, to produce the ‘Ghost Chapel’, an ambitious architectural student led project which involved replicating a 1300 year old chapel in Connemara, Eire.
The students designed a ghost building which aimed to reflect the delicate mortar joints between the granite stones of the chapel to create a negative inverse of the original stonework.
Pennine Stone provided the glass fibre reinforced concrete required for the project which was manufactured by the students entirely at the company’s 6 acre site in South Yorkshire.
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